National Grid customers in Rhode Island can now automatically save money and support local solar projects without installing anything on your own property. Available to renters and homeowners.
We took the complicated contracts, cancellation fees, and upfront costs of traditional solar programs out of the picture and built a community solar program that supports your local Rhode Island community, lowers your monthly utility bill, and replaces energy from fossil fuels with clean energy.
Take one minute to connect your National Grid account to our platform and we’ll reserve a spot for you in a local Rhode Island community solar project.
When the project goes live it generates solar energy and sends it to your local energy grid in exchange for savings credits. We apply a portion of the savings credits to your monthly utility bill.
You can sit back and relax knowing that each month you are saving money on your electricity bill and increasing the amount of clean energy in the grid. All for free.
The Goat Island project is situated west of Newport on a small island, Goat Island, in Narragansett Bay. This 3-megawatt project will produce around 4,513,816 kilowatt-hours of solar energy in its first year, which is the equivalent of avoiding the production of over 6 million pounds of carbon dioxide.
We partner with solar developers to build, and connect you to, community solar projects in your area. Your utility buys the energy the projects generate, and our technology applies savings to your monthly utility bill. It’s free to you because we benefit when we connect you to a project.